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Current Rating: 2.90

Current Rating: 2.90

based on 154 votes and 57 reviews

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  • 4 stars AWESOME
  • 5 stars Yolanthe Cabau hot and sexy!
  • 4 stars It was good. Not excellent but good.
  • 2 stars not very good - other than THE ROCK, who was great!
  • 5 stars Hilarious ! Excellent movie :)
  • 2 stars very dissapointing movie....The Rock was funny, but the movie was silly and dumb
  • 5 stars Hilarious from start to finish
  • 5 stars this movie was great, i had no idea i never even heard of it, i just wanted to see a movie so took a chance, im glad i saw this one, really good and i thought the acting was great too, one reviewer said he didnt think the rock made for a convincing christian, maybe so, but i think he made a convincing coke fiend trying to get over it by being a christian. plus i think it was meant to be somewhat comedic in some aspects. i really liked this movie, go see it and decide for yourself.
  • 1 stars Save your money. I forced myself to stay longer but could not take it anymore by the end of the movie so I just left. Bad story, bad acting and just plain boring movie.
  • 3 stars Initially a pleasant enough watch, but toward the end I found that it was based on a true story and my attitude shifted. Not once did I wince at the torture scenes (because I thought it was humorous caracature), Dwayne Johnson did not make a very convincing "Christian" and not once did I think this was portraying reality. Thus I would have to rate it very poor acting but a pleasant enough watch if you don't think very hard.

Pain & Gain

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Running Time:  130 min.
Release Date: April 26, 2013
DVD: August 27, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 2.90
based on 154 votes and 57 reviews
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Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Anthony Mackie, Tony Shalhoub, Ed Harris, Ken Jeong, Rob Corddry, Bar Paly

Inspiration: The Sun Gym Gang